Our objective is to help YOU not only get through this unprecedented situation, but be ready to hit the ground running when we all come out on the other side.
Today my smokin’ hot wife, Kay, and I share new examples of what other organizations are doing right now, even when they have literally laid off entire staffs, and closed their doors. An amazing story from Bennington Properties in Sunriver, OR.
Watch this right now and then share with us what YOU’RE doing to survive this crisis and what you’re doing to prepare for when the lights get turned back on!
If you aren’t already doing virtual meetings and events, you MUST learn how before this thing over. Virtual will be the mainstay of connecting with our customers, friends, and family.
Kay will show you how to use the Zoom platform on Tuesday, March 31, at 4:00pm ET.
The register here link didn’t function for me.
Kay, a question, if you have time during the Zoom next Tuesday. – I’ve noticed in your invite to join the Zoom meeting that you insert a link, rather than the Zoom meeting number link which populates after the meeting is scheduled.
How do you change the Zoom meeting number link to another statement or message?
Hi Kay & Steve–I tried to register for Kay’s ZOOM webinar and I don’t believe it worked!
Sorry about the link for the Zoom Webinar not working! We are on it and it will be fixed shortly. 🙂
Hi Steve & Kate,
I want to share a great idea and worthwhile initiative being conducted In Illinois by the Illinois Broadcasters Association for Illinois Food Banks. They are using local TV and radio outlets to spread the word about the need to support the food banks given the unprecedented increase in unemployment filings. Their goal is to raise $500,000. We can do good things and contribute to needy causes to take massive actions in our communities!
Thanks for connecting with us with positive stories in these difficult times!